chrislit at crosswire.org
Sat Jul 19 03:32:09 MST 2008
Manfred Bergmann wrote:
> Hi Joachim.
> I just had a quick look. I opened the text on OpenOffice and exported
> to LaTeX and xhtml which both look promissing to do further
> conversion. Probably xhtml is better because it is valid XML.
> Versenumbers are marked in both xhtml and LaTeX (kind of marked here
> at least). The only thing is that both did not include the footnotes.
I tried "Save As..." with HTML in OOo 2.4 and it looked like it would
probably be rather easy to process the result. (I don't know if that's
the same as you tried. I don't have any save as or export options that
specifically mention XHTML. Amd what OOo gives me is HTML 4.0 transitional.)
This is the same method I used to get the Arabic Bible text out of its
All the footnotes are there, but in a single block at the end of the
file. I usually do a two-pass conversion for footnotes like this. On the
first pass, I just grab all of the footnotes and store them in a hash
table. Then, on the second pass I do all other structural & presentation
markup conversion and do footnote insertion.
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